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October 01, 1993 - Image 122

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-10-01

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"Our Mommy and Daddy Got Their
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News Anchor
Gives Talk

Deborah Riemer, Israel televi-
sion's first English news anchor,
will be the keynote speaker at
the Jewish Federation of
Washtenaw County/United
Jewish Appeal's Campaign '94
Women's Division event 8 p.m.
Oct. 18 at the home of Barbara
Perlman in Ann Arbor.
Ms. Riemer will provide
insight into how foreign jour-
nalists cover Israel, obser-
vations about how Israeli
women are making inroads
into traditionally male ca-
reers and a special insider
view on the current peace
talks.
Ms. Riemer has worked as
a professional broadcast jour-
nalist in Israel, reporting and
producing for most of the ma-
jor American networks. She
is a former weekend news re-
porter for CNN in Jerusalem,
shot a segment for NBC's spe-
cial broadcast on Israel's 40th
anniversary, hosted the TV
Magazine Show, "Vision Is-
rael," for American cable
markets and reported live
from Israel for CBS radio in
Boston.
The Women's Division
event is a major kick-off event
for Campaign '94. Women
pledge a minimum campaign
gift of $150. Women donors of
$300 or more are invited to a
preview dinner with Ms.
Riemer at the home of Prue
Rosenthal. Members of the
Lion of Judah Society and the
Pomegranate Society will be
honored.
For information, call the
Jewish Federation of Washt-
enaw County, 677-0100.

JORDAN &
ANDREW
KAYE

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The Ann Arbor Committee on
Bosnia (an adhoc committee of
the Interfaith Council for Jus-
tice and Peace) and SKR clas-
sical music store will offer a
lecture by music critic and SKR
Manager James Leonard on the
music of composer Viktor Ull-
mann, with recorded illustra-
tions of Ullmann's music; 8 p.m.
Oct. 2 at the Unitarian Church,
1917 Washtenaw, Ann Arbor.
Viktor Ullmann was born
in Czechoslovakia. Prior to
World War II, he had a dis-
tinguished career as a con-
ductor and was respected for
his gift in orchestration. In
1942, Mr. Ullmann arrived in
Terezin and he perished in
Auschwitz.
The program, titled "Nev-
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and in Bosnia," will feature

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